Nice Guy Charles Esten Surprises Cancer Survivor With VIP Experience to “Nashville” Summer Tour

Nice Guy Charles Esten Surprises Cancer Survivor With VIP Experience to “Nashville” Summer Tour

Charles Esten is one of country music’s nicest dudes . . . and he is constantly demonstrating it without personal fanfare.

Here’s a story we caught wind of via the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society—not Charles’ PR team.

(From left) Jonathan Jackson, Chris Carmack, Caitlin Hensley and Charles Esten

As a part of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Random Acts of Light Campaign—an initiative created where celebrities surprise people affected by blood cancers with special experiences—Charles surprised acute lymphoblastic leukemia survivor Caitlin Hensley, 26, with tickets to the Nashville Tour in Dayton, Ohio, over the weekend. Caitlin, who is a Nashville super fan, got the full VIP experience, which included early entry, a meet-and-greet, photos, autographs and more.

After Charles surprised Caitlin with tickets to the show, she got to meet members of the Nashville cast, including Jonathan Jackson and Chris Carmack.

Nice work, guys.

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